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Former WWE star Sarah Logan says she is not retired and will probably return to wrestling one day



Sarah Rowe (former WWE Superstar Sarah Logan) is the guest on this week's episode of "Table Talk" with D-Von Dudley. Logan recently announced that she would be moving on from pro wrestling but she clarified that she is not retired. She also talked about her pregnancy, memories of the Evolution pay-per-view and a lot more.

Here are a couple of highlights from the interview:

Ruby Riott made a surprise appearance on the show and talked about working with Sarah Logan on the indies: “We shared so many defining moments of our lives together. We accomplished our dream together. We went on our first international tour together. We debuted on RAW and Smackdown together. We did so many life-changing things together. Our lives changed together. If that doesn’t bond you with someone, then I don’t know what does.”

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Sarah Logan answered the question if she would return to wrestling after her pregnancy: “No one retires from professional wrestling. I never said I was retired, but no one retires. Ric Flair can’t even retire. D-Von can’t retire. No one retires. I’m sure one day I will come back to wrestling, I’ve wrestled since I was 17 years old. When you specialize in something like I specialized in wrestling, you only show a quarter of who you are, like a fraction of who you are. I’m really enjoying starting my farm and starting this YouTube thing together. I have some stuff within the hunting and outdoor community. I’m really excited about it. So far since I’m pregnant, I have hunted hogs. I’m going bear hunting on my birthday. I got some whitetail hunts I’m going on. I’m going to be a bad ass mom for a while and wear that crown for a little bit. I’m sure I’ll go back to wrestling. It’s something I grew up on. It’s something in my blood and I will definitely come back. I grew up in a house where my dad was always at work and so was my mom because they were supporting us. We had a poor family so our family was constantly working. If I can give my child the most stable life. I can introduce wrestling in there, nice. I want the Beth Phoenix-Edge life.”

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